Queensville Dam & Buttery Brook Restoration

South Hadley is the proud recipient an Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) FY 23 Action Grant to fund the design and permitting of watershed improvements at the Titus Pond Conservation Area and  Buttery Brook watershed, including: 

Removal of the Queensville Dam/Titus Pond impoundment on Route 116/Newton Street,

Restoration and ecological enhancement of the Titus Pond impoundment to increase flood storage capacity and habitat function, and

Downstream watershed improvements along Buttery Brook, including a right-sized replacement crossing at Mountain Avenue (the first downstream crossing below the existing dam) and improvements to the inlet to the buried stream section at Joffre Avenue.


The Future of Titus Pond Conservation Area: You are invited to a Community Engagement Session. Click here for event flier


Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at the South Hadley Senior Center. 

Session #1 at 3:00pm for the Senior population  

Session #2 at 5:00pm for the Neighborhood Residents.

 

Anyone interested in the project is welcome to attend either session. 

We will be discussing the conceptual plans designed in the previous phase of this project. The plans can be viewed here. 



MVP Community Engagement Session Flier 10.26.2022